Question about 2004 GMC Sierra Denali
Fairly easy to do. Look inside the door handle area and you will see a small round or square plug cover pull it out and you will see a screw behind it, remove the screw. In the pull handle area you will see two more remove them. Check at the bottom of the door and make sure there are none there, generally not. You might have to remove the power window switch and check for a screw under it. Now the door panel will either have body clips holding it to the door or hook fastners, if it has the clips pull out on the door panel to release them then lift up. If it has the hooks just lift up on the door panel watch for wiring attached to the panel so you don't break them.
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